The months of road construction on Craig Road has subsided
He is fascinated with the diversity of animals throughout the world, and the different adaptions they have developed.
Dr. Galanti had a love for animals since the age of five. She would bring all types of wildlife home to her parents whenever she had the chance.
Dr. Lutz spent most of her childhood terrified of animals.
In order to provide the best possible service to our clients and patients, and due to our excellent working relationship with the North Rainbow Veterinary Emergency Hospital, Craig Road Animal Hospital is making some changes to how we do things.
Anthony believes it is important to consider all modalities of treatment.
Andrew believes that as a veterinarian he can connect both people and the patients.
The lice are creeping in. So, here is a bit more information you may not know about.
While working with animals Meghan found her calling. She believes animals are an important part of life and finds peace in dealing with her patients.
Her father opened his own Veterinary practice when she was ten. Ruth enjoyed sitting in through surgeries before school.
Roadworks on westbound Craig Road make accessing Craig Road Animal Hospital harder than usual.
If you believe that your dog has ingested grapes, you should consult your veterinarian immediately.
Katherine describes diagnosing patients being similar to detective work.
Chelsea attended Tufts 2-week summer camp where she solidified her decision to become a veterinarian.
Stephani was born and raised in Las Vegas! She is motivated to become a veterinary pathologist.
Veterinarian Catherine Whitcraft D.V.M., identifies the potential dangers for your pet with Foxtails in the Las Vegas area and the desert southwest of Nevada in general.
Paige is from Spartanburg, South Carolina. She is fascinated by working with large Zoo animals in the future.
Christian was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His goal is to become a board-certified surgeon.
Sam found out he wanted to be a vet the moment he met a Wildlife Veterinarian at Yellow Stone National Park.
The canine flu season is upon us! H3N8 and H2N2 are two highly contagious strains of the dog flu.
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5051 W. Craig Road Las Vegas, NV 89130
Monday - Friday: 6am - 8pm
Saturday and Sunday: 7am - 6pm
• After 8PM emergency care provided by Veterinary Emergency Critical Care
• On-site staffed 24/7/365
• 10% Military Discounts on services